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September 17

(SPOILER) Agent Carter casting news.

September 16

Familiar voices for the Destiny video game. Gina Torres and Nathan Fillion voice two of the characters in Bungie's new IP.
(SPOILER) iTunes releases a sneak peek for Agents of SHIELD. It's free to view, runs at a little under two minutes. More...
(SPOILER) First official "Avengers: Age of Ultron" plot details released. Disney has released the synopsis for the sequel.
Nakatomi Inc. will print a limited run of Mal and Inara portraits. They're the latest installment of their free print series and are free... if one purchases another print from them. There are a lot of details, and it appears to me that one can't simply purchase these right out. The link has full details and what-not. More...

September 15

(SPOILER) Marvel reveals more stills from the season 2 premiere of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. Very spoilerish if you aren't already aware of certain guest stars in the episode.

September 14

Hallowhedon event features a screening of "Dr. Horrible". Discount tickets for the Los Angeles-area event (which also features guests and screenings of other Whedon-related programs) are available through Sept. 15.
Sarah Michelle Gellar is running a Twitter contest. See link for details.

September 13

New promo for Agents of SHIELD Season 2. This time with AC/DC's Highway To Hell. More...
Sean Maher narrates an Adam Shecter exhibition. It features a twenty-six minute panoramic animation running the length of the gallery room housing it. It opened at Eleven Rivington on Christie Street in New York on September 3rd and will remain there until October 5th. The link is to the gallery's description of the work, but there is also a trailer for the work.
CSTS events in Arcata, Aberdeen, Beeston and Montreal this weekend. Canada, UK and USA, Serenity, Dr. Horrible, Done the Impossible, Sword Dancing, a costume parade and more. More...
Nathan Fillion cast for The Black List's next live reading. He will be reading "The Seekers of Perpetual Love" with Alison Brie (among others) on September 20 at the Ricardo Montalban Theatre in Los Angeles. It's a comedy about three upper-class siblings from a dysfuntional family who recruit a New Age "deprogrammer" (played by Nathan) to help save their sister after she has been enlisted by a doomsday cult.



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